including blind spots like whether or not we know how safe pakistan's nuclear weapons are, or whether or not we know anything about how capable the chinese new advanced fighter jet is. so strengths and weaknesses revealed in this report. >> put this in perspective in terms of budget numbers, how does it compare to the what the u.s. spends on intelligence a couple years ago? >> "the washington post" calculate as best they could. it's difficult because we don't
have historical information, either, like we didn't have this in the present day. this makes u.s. spending on intelligence now higher than it was even at the height of the cold war by, you know, $10 billion or so in current. >> really adds up when you put it together. thank you is much, amon. we know the price tag for higher education is costly, but now some alumni are helping current students make college pay off and we'll show you how.